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VIDEO: Bounty Hunters (or CIA Agents) Snatch Raw Milk Advocate, James Stewart!


From YouTube user "gekados" channel:

James Stewart, the 65-year-old raw "milk man" and founder of Rawesome Foods, was assaulted near his home today by three armed men driving unmarked luxury vehicles with no license plates. Carrying firearms on their hips and dressed in gangster-style street clothes, Satanic T-shirt imagery and tattoos, they claimed to be making an "arrest" and verbally assaulted James, forcing his head against a car and screaming, according to witnesses, "You better listen to me or you're gonna have a bad f*ckin' day!"



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These Bounty Hunters broke

These Bounty Hunters broke the law and committed crimes in the execution of this arrest.

California penal code 1299.07 mandates that any "individual authorized by Section 1299.02 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall not wear or otherwise use a badge that represents himself or herself as belonging to any part or department of the federal, state, or local government."

The guy in the pink shirt wore some type of badge arround his neck. While that is probably not an official law enforcement badge. His wearing of it around his neck during the arrest gave the impression of some sort law enforcement. That is especially so when combining his wearing a badge with the open carried firearm on his hip during apprehension of James Stewart. None of the three ever identified that they were not law enforcement until well after assaulting and arresting James Stewart.

Their acts are crimes under California law under the statute above, and are punishable by up to a year imprisonment and $5000 fine.

Additionally they drove a vehicle on the roadway without a license plate, and another vehicle with dealership tags. Another violation of California.

Mr. Stewart should report these violations along with a copy of the vidoe to California Department of Insurance who can fine, suspend or revoke their bounty hunter licenses.

Additionally, Mr. Stewart may have civil claim against the bounty hunters, their agency, and the bail bondsman that authorized them for the arrest on the grounds of unlawful arrest and false imprisonment.

Let it not be said that we did nothing.-Ron Paul
Stand up for what you believe in, even if you stand alone.-Sophia Magdalena Scholl

Is this Blackwater's 'Homeland Division'?

These guys look militant, or is it just me?

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

no license plate?

bounty hunters are not allowed to drive without license plates. theres some bull sh*t going on

nobody on earth should be

nobody on earth should be treated like this because they want to buy/sell milk.


Yeah, he's being arrested for outstanding warrants... but all of those warrants and all of his troubles are based on MILK. Cow Milk. WHAT THE F*(K is going on in this country???

We should take down the flag from all of the government buildings until the government has been cleansed and restored. Until then the flag should only fly in free homes of private citizens.


The Land of the free and home of the brave.
Just don't sell anything not approved by "big daddy" and don't expect your fellow citizens to step in help you if you are nabbed in broad daylight by people who like common street thugs...

There's also this article

This one has a complete history regarding why the county thought it appropriate to pick him up with bounty hunters, albeit with the same mammoth government abuse viewpoint we all share. It compliments the OP's article nicely:


A snippet:

The most recent problems started when James Stewart, the former operator of the Rawesome Food Club in Venice, CA, failed to show for two court dates--one in Los Angeles last week in connection with charges of illegally selling raw milk, and one in Ventura County Wednesday in connection with charges of illegally raising funds for Sharon Palmer’s Healthy Family Farms, located in Santa Paula, in Ventura County.

"Stewart was out on bail in both cases--$30,000 in the L.A. County case and $100,000 in the Ventura County case. The $30,000 bail in L.A. County had been provided by a friend, and the $100,000 in Ventura County was provided by Mark McAfee, in the form of the deed on his Fresno, CA, home. Once Stewart failed to show for the two cases, the nearly 10% upfront cash bond paid in each case (about $3,000 in L.A. County and $9,000 in Ventura County) by a relative and a friend was immediately forfeited.

Just to make a bad situation worse, Stewart failed to show last week to be arraigned on a third set of charges related to his alleged failure to pay state income taxes.

Bench warrants were issued for his arrest in both places, and new bail set: $250,000 in L.A. County and $500,000 in Ventura County."



reedr3v's picture

Get to know your local police and, if they are

out of line, start community proceedings to fire them.




for the "legal" mafia running the country. Pray for us all.

James Stewart... not again

Either the original guys signed their "Oaths of Office" or something entirely different is now happening. Pray for that man.

Natural News: http://www.naturalnews.com/036611_James_Stewart_Bounty_Hunte...

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